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    1. Dash, A; Gilliland, DG
      Molecular genetics of acute myeloid leukaemia

      BEST PRACTICE & RESEARCH CLINICAL HAEMATOLOGY
    2. Nesi, N; Jond, C; Debeaujon, I; Caboche, M; Lepiniec, L
      The Arabidopsis TT2 gene encodes an R2R3 MYB domain protein that acts as akey determinant for proanthocyanidin accumulation in developing seed

      PLANT CELL
    3. Otsuki, T; Furukawa, Y; Ikeda, K; Endo, H; Yamashita, T; Shinohara, A; Iwamatsu, A; Ozawa, K; Liu, JM
      Fanconi anemia protein, FANCA, associates with BRG1, a component of the human SWI/SNF complex

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    4. Fry, CJ; Peterson, CL
      Chromatin remodeling enzymes: who's on first?

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    5. Rebora, K; Desmoucelles, C; Borne, F; Pinson, B; Daignan-Fornier, B
      Yeast AMP pathway genes respond to adenine through regulated synthesis of a metabolic intermediate

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    6. Kim, JK; Huh, SO; Choi, H; Lee, KS; Shin, D; Lee, C; Nam, JS; Kim, H; Chung, H; Lee, HW; Park, SD; Seong, RH
      Srg3, a mouse homolog of yeast SWI3, is essential for early embryogenesis and involved in brain development

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    7. Sakamoto, W; Ohmori, T; Kageyama, K; Miyazaki, C; Saito, A; Murata, M; Noda, K; Maekawa, M
      The Purple leaf (Pl) locus of rice: the Pl(w) allele has a complex organization and includes two genes encoding basic helix-loop-helix proteins involved in anthocyanin biosynthesis

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Mertz, JA; Mustafa, F; Meyers, S; Dudley, JP
      Type B leukemogenic virus has a T-cell-specific enhancer that binds AML-1

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    9. Klochendler-Yeivin, A; Fiette, L; Barra, J; Muchardt, C; Babinet, C; Yaniv, M
      The murine SNF5/INI1 chromatin remodeling factor is essential for embryonic development and tumor suppression

      EMBO REPORTS
    10. Nesi, N; Debeaujon, I; Jond, C; Pelletier, G; Caboche, M; Lepiniec, L
      The TT8 gene encodes a basic helix-loop-helix domain protein required for expression of DFR and BAN genes in Arabidopsis siliques

      PLANT CELL
    11. Purugganan, MD
      The molecular population genetics of regulatory genes

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    12. Diaz, E; Prieto, MA
      Bacterial promoters triggering biodegradation of aromatic pollutants

      CURRENT OPINION IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    13. Ozeki, Y; Ito, Y; Sasaki, N; Oyanagi, M; Akimoto, H; Chikagawa, Y; Takeda, J
      Phenylalanine ammonia-lyase genes involved in anthocyanin synthesis and the regulation of its expression in suspension cultured carrot cells

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    14. Peterson, CL; Logie, C
      Recruitment of chromatin remodeling machines

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Singh, H; Sekinger, EA; Gross, DS
      Chromatin and cancer: Causes and consequences

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. de Majnik, J; Weinman, JJ; Djordjevic, MA; Rolfe, BG; Tanner, GJ; Joseph, RG; Larkin, PJ
      Anthocyanin regulatory gene expression in transgenic white clover can result in an altered pattern of pigmentation

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Mato, M; Onozaki, T; Ozeki, Y; Higeta, D; Itoh, Y; Yoshimoto, Y; Ikeda, H; Yoshida, H; Shibata, M
      Flavonoid biosynthesis in white-flowered Sim carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus)

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    18. Georgieva, S; Kirschner, DB; Jagla, T; Nabirochkina, E; Hanke, S; Schenkel, H; De Lorenzo, C; Sinha, P; Jagla, K; Mechler, B; Tora, L
      Two novel Drosophila TAF(II)s have homology with human TAF(II)30 and are differentially regulated during development

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Reeves, R; Leonard, WJ; Nissen, MS
      Binding of HMG-I(Y) imparts architectural specificity to a positioned nucleosome on the promoter of the human interleukin-2 receptor alpha gene

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    20. Hu, JP; Reddy, VS; Wessler, SR
      The rice R gene family: two distinct subfamilies containing several miniature inverted-repeat transposable elements

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    21. Ishii, H
      A statistical-mechanical model for regulation of long-range chromatin structure and gene expression

      JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
    22. Boyer, LA; Shao, X; Ebright, RH; Peterson, CL
      Roles of the histone H2A-H2B dimers and the (H3-H4)(2) tetramer in nucleosome remodeling by the SWI-SNF complex

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Kahng, HY; Byrne, AM; Olsen, RH; Kukor, JJ
      Characterization and role of tbuX in utilization of toluene by Ralstonia pickettii PKO1

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    24. Morou-Bermudez, E; Burne, RA
      Analysis of urease expression in Actinomyces naeslundii WVU45

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    25. Payne, CT; Zhang, F; Lloyd, AM
      GL3 encodes a bHLH protein that regulates trichome development in arabidopsis through interaction with GL1 and TTG1

      GENETICS
    26. Petroni, K; Cominelli, E; Consonni, G; Gusmaroli, G; Gavazzi, G; Tonelli, C
      The developmental expression of the maize regulatory gene Hopi determines germination-dependent anthocyanin accumulation

      GENETICS
    27. Cole, MD; McMahon, SB
      The Myc oncoprotein: a critical evaluation of transactivation and target gene regulation

      ONCOGENE
    28. Ebbert, R; Birkmann, A; Schuller, HJ
      The product of the SNF2/SWI2 paralogue INO80 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae required for efficient expression of various yeast structural genes is part of a high-molecular-weight protein complex

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    29. Driscoll, MD; Sathya, G; Saidi, LF; DeMott, MS; Hilf, R; Bambara, RA
      An explanation for observed estrogen receptor binding to single-stranded estrogen-responsive element DNA

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    30. Flanagan, JF; Peterson, CL
      A role for the yeast SWI/SNF complex in DNA replication

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    31. Shanahan, F; Seghezzi, W; Parry, D; Mahony, D; Lees, E
      Cyclin E associates with BAF155 and BRG1, components of the mammalian SWI-SNF complex, and alters the ability of BRG1 to induce growth arrest

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    32. Recht, J; Osley, MA
      Mutations in both the structured domain and N-terminus of histone H2B bypass the requirement for Swi-Snf in yeast

      EMBO JOURNAL
    33. Schaeffer, V; Janody, F; Loss, C; Desplan, C; Wimmer, EA
      Bicoid functions without its TATA-binding protein-associated factor interaction domains

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    34. Ulmasov, T; Hagen, G; Guilfoyle, TJ
      Activation and repression of transcription by auxin-response factors

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    35. Gong, ZZ; Yamazaki, M; Saito, K
      A light-inducible Myb-like gene that is specifically expressed in red Perilla frutescens and presumably acts as a determining factor of the anthocyanin forma

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    36. Martiney, MJ; Rulli, K; Beaty, R; Levy, LS; Lenz, J
      Selection of reversions and suppressors of a mutation in the CBF binding site of a lymphomagenic retrovirus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    37. Martiney, MJ; Levy, LS; Lenz, J
      Suppressor mutations within the core binding factor (CBF/AML1) binding site of a T-cell lymphomagenic retrovirus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    38. Ethelberg, S; Tzschaschel, BD; Luz, A; Diaz-Cano, SJ; Pedersen, FS; Schmidt, J
      Increased induction of osteopetrosis, but unaltered lymphomagenicity, by murine leukemia virus SL3-3 after mutation of a nuclear factor 1 site in theenhancer

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    39. DiFronzo, NL; Holland, CA
      Sequence-specific and/or stereospecific constraints of the U3 enhancer elements of MCF 247-W are important for pathogenicity

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    40. Muchardt, C; Yaniv, M
      ATP-dependent chromatin remodelling: SWI/SNF and Co. are on the job

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    41. Larkin, JC; Walker, JD; Bolognesi-Winfield, AC; Gray, JC; Walker, AR
      Allele-specific interactions between ttg and gl1 during trichome development in Arabidopsis thaliana

      GENETICS
    42. Wellhausen, A; Lehming, N
      Analysis of the in vivo interaction between a basic repressor and an acidic activator

      FEBS LETTERS
    43. Bruder, CEG; Dumanski, JP; Kedra, D
      The mouse ortholog of the human SMARCB1 gene encodes two splice forms

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    44. YAO CW; LEU JH; CHIN C; CHOU CK; HUANG CJ
      ROUND-SPOTTED PUFFERFISH (TETRAODON FLUVIATILIS) SNF5 GENE IS ORIENTED IN A TAIL-TO-TAIL MANNER WITH THE SET GENE WHICH ENCODES AN INHIBITOR OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE 2A

      DNA and cell biology
    45. KIRIK V; KOLLE K; WOHLFARTH T; MISERA S; BAUMLEIN H
      ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF A NOVEL MYB GENE MODIFIES THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE ARABIDOPSIS INFLORESCENCE

      Plant journal
    46. QUATTROCCHIO F; WING JF; VANDERWOUDE K; MOL JNM; KOES R
      ANALYSIS OF BHLH AND MYB DOMAIN PROTEINS - SPECIES-SPECIFIC REGULATORY DIFFERENCES ARE CAUSED BY DIVERGENT EVOLUTION OF TARGET ANTHOCYANIN GENES

      Plant journal
    47. BRADLEY JM; DAVIES KM; DEROLES SC; BLOOR SJ; LEWIS DH
      THE MAIZE LC REGULATORY GENE UP-REGULATES THE FLAVONOID BIOSYNTHETIC-PATHWAY OF PETUNIA

      Plant journal
    48. MAY BP; DELLAPORTA SL
      TRANSPOSON SEQUENCES DRIVE TISSUE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF THE MAIZE REGULATORY GENE R-S

      Plant journal
    49. DENIS V; BOUCHERIE H; MONRIBOT C; DAIGNANFORNIER B
      ROLE OF THE MYB-LIKE PROTEIN BAS1P IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE - A PROTEOME ANALYSIS

      Molecular microbiology
    50. SIF S; STUKENBERG PT; KIRSCHNER MW; KINGSTON RE
      MITOTIC INACTIVATION OF A HUMAN SWI SNF CHROMATIN REMODELING COMPLEX/

      Genes & development
    51. HUSE B; VERCA SB; MATTHEY P; RUSCONI S
      DEFINITION OF A NEGATIVE MODULATION DOMAIN IN THE HUMAN PROGESTERONE-RECEPTOR

      Molecular endocrinology
    52. DAMIANI F; PAOLOCCI F; CONSONNI G; CREA F; TONELLI C; ARCIONI S
      A MAIZE ANTHOCYANIN TRANSACTIVATOR INDUCES PIGMENTATION IN HAIRY ROOTS OF DICOTYLEDONOUS SPECIES

      Plant cell reports
    53. DEMAJNIK J; TANNER GJ; JOSEPH RG; LARKIN PJ; WEINMAN JJ; DJORDJEVIC MA; ROLFE BG
      TRANSIENT EXPRESSION OF MAIZE ANTHOCYANIN REGULATORY GENES INFLUENCESANTHOCYANIN PRODUCTION IN WHITE CLOVER AND PEAS

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    54. PINSON B; SAGOT I; BORNE F; GABRIELSEN OS; DAIGNANFORNIER B
      MUTATIONS IN THE YEAST MYB-LIKE PROTEIN BAS1P RESULTING IN DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN PROMOTERS IN-VIVO BUT NOT IN-VITRO

      Nucleic acids research
    55. TSUCHIYA E; HOSOTANI T; MIYAKAWA T
      A MUTATION IN NPS1 STH1, AN ESSENTIAL GENE ENCODING A COMPONENT OF A NOVEL CHROMATIN-REMODELING COMPLEX RSC, ALTERS THE CHROMATIN STRUCTUREOF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CENTROMERES/

      Nucleic acids research
    56. Kirchhoff, S; Schaper, F; Oumard, A; Hauser, H
      In vivo formation of IRF-1 homodimers

      BIOCHIMIE
    57. PEREZMARTIN J; JOHNSON AD
      THE C-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF SIN1 INTERACTS WITH THE SWI-SNF COMPLEX IN YEAST

      Molecular and cellular biology
    58. PEREZMARTIN J; JOHNSON AD
      MUTATIONS IN CHROMATIN COMPONENTS SUPPRESS A DEFECT OF GCN5 PROTEIN IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    59. POLLARD KJ; PETERSON CL
      CHROMATIN REMODELING - A MARRIAGE BETWEEN 2 FAMILIES

      BioEssays
    60. MUCHARDT C; BOURACHOT B; REYES JC; YANIV M
      RAS TRANSFORMATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED EXPRESSION OF THE BRMSNF2-ALPHA ATPASE FROM THE MAMMALIAN SWI-SNF COMPLEX/

      EMBO journal
    61. Reyes, JC; Barra, J; Muchardt, C; Camus, A; Babinet, C; Yaniv, M
      Altered control of cellular proliferation in the absence of mammalian brahma (SNF2 alpha)

      EMBO JOURNAL
    62. KOBAYASHI H; OIKAWA Y; KOIWA H; YAMAMURA S
      FLOWER-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION DIRECTED BY THE PROMOTER OF A CHALCONE SYNTHASE GENE FROM GENTIANA-TRIFLORA IN PETUNIA-HYBRIDA

      PLANT SCIENCE
    63. SCHNITZLER G; SIF S; KINGSTON RE
      HUMAN SWI SNF INTERCONVERTS A NUCLEOSOME BETWEEN ITS BASE STATE AND ASTABLE REMODELED STATE/

      Cell (Cambridge)
    64. KISU Y; ONO T; SHIMOFURUTANI N; SUZUKI M; ESAKA M
      CHARACTERIZATION AND EXPRESSION OF A NEW CLASS OF ZINC-FINGER PROTEINTHAT BINDS TO SILENCER REGION OF ASCORBATE OXIDASE GENE

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    65. BENDER J; FINK GR
      A MYB HOMOLOG, ATR1, ACTIVATES TRYPTOPHAN GENE-EXPRESSION IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    66. DENIS V; DAIGNANFORNIER B
      SYNTHESIS OF GLUTAMINE, GLYCINE AND L0-FORMYL TETRAHYDROFOLATE IS COREGULATED WITH PURINE BIOSYNTHESIS IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    67. UIMARI A; STROMMER J
      ANTHOCYANIN REGULATORY MUTATIONS IN PEA - EFFECTS ON GENE-EXPRESSION AND COMPLEMENTATION BY R-LIKE GENES OF MAIZE

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    68. LOVMAND J; SORENSEN AB; SCHMIDT J; OSTERGAARD M; LUZ A; PEDERSEN FS
      B-CELL LYMPHOMA INDUCTION BY AKV MURINE LEUKEMIA VIRUSES HARBORING ONE OR BOTH COPIES OF THE TANDEM REPEAT IN THE U3 ENHANCER

      Journal of virology
    69. ZAIMAN AL; NIEVES A; LENZ J
      CBF, MYB, AND ETS BINDING-SITES ARE IMPORTANT FOR ACTIVITY OF THE CORE-I ELEMENT OF THE MURINE RETROVIRUS SL3-3 IN T-LYMPHOCYTES

      Journal of virology
    70. DU J; NASIR I; BENTON BK; KLADDE MP; LAURENT BC
      STH1P, A SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE SNF2P SWI2P HOMOLOG, IS AN ESSENTIAL ATPASE IN RSC AND DIFFERS FROM SNF/SWI IN ITS INTERACTIONS WITH HISTONES AND CHROMATIN-ASSOCIATED PROTEINS/

      Genetics
    71. Liu, YH; Wang, LJ; Kermicle, JL; Wessler, SR
      Molecular consequences of Ds insertion into and excision from the helix-loop-helix domain of the maize R gene

      GENETICS
    72. CHILTON BS; HEWETSON A
      ZINC-FINGER PROTEINS RUSH IN WHERE OTHERS FEAR TO TREAD

      Biology of reproduction
    73. YOUNG KH
      YEAST 2-HYBRID - SO MANY INTERACTIONS, (IN) SO LITTLE TIME

      Biology of reproduction
    74. ISHII N; YAMAMOTO M; LAHM HW; IIZUMI S; YOSHIHARA F; NAKAYAMA H; ARISAWA M; AOKI Y
      A DNA-BINDING PROTEIN FROM CANDIDA-ALBICANS THAT BINDS TO THE RPG BOXOF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE AND THE TELOMERIC REPEAT SEQUENCE OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Microbiology
    75. PATIKOGLOU G; BURLEY SK
      EUKARYOTIC TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-DNA COMPLEXES

      Annual review of biophysics and biomolecular structure
    76. LEE SH; WANG W; YAJIMA S; JOSE PA; MOURADIAN MM
      TISSUE-SPECIFIC PROMOTER USAGE IN THE D-1A DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR GENE IN BRAIN AND KIDNEY

      DNA and cell biology
    77. CORBI AL; LOPEZRODRIGUEZ C
      CD11C INTEGRIN GENE PROMOTER ACTIVITY DURING MYELOID DIFFERENTIATION

      Leukemia & lymphoma
    78. PROCISSI A; DOLFINI S; RONCHI A; TONELLI C
      LIGHT-DEPENDENT SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL EXPRESSION OF PIGMENT REGULATORYGENES IN DEVELOPING MAIZE SEEDS

      The Plant cell
    79. SAINZ MB; GROTEWOLD E; CHANDLER VL
      EVIDENCE FOR DIRECT ACTIVATION OF AN ANTHOCYANIN PROMOTER BY THE MAIZE C1 PROTEIN AND COMPARISON OF DNA-BINDING BY RELATED MYB DOMAIN PROTEINS

      The Plant cell
    80. MARKS MD
      MOLECULAR-GENETIC ANALYSIS OF TRICHOME DEVELOPMENT IN ARABIDOPSIS

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    81. UIMARI A; STROMMER J
      MYB26 - A MYB-LIKE PROTEIN OF PEA FLOWERS WITH AFFINITY FOR PROMOTERSOF PHENYLPROPANOID GENES

      Plant journal
    82. SKORUPSKI K; TAYLOR RK
      CONTROL OF THE TOXR VIRULENCE REGULON IN VIBRIO-CHOLERAE BY ENVIRONMENTAL STIMULI

      Molecular microbiology
    83. CHAMPION GA; NEELY MN; BRENNAN MA; DIRITA VJ
      A BRANCH IN THE TOXR REGULATORY CASCADE OF VIBRIO-CHOLERAE REVEALED BY CHARACTERIZATION OF TOXT MUTANT STRAINS

      Molecular microbiology
    84. SLAUCH J; TAYLOR R; MALOY S
      SURVIVAL IN A CRUEL WORLD - HOW VIBRIO-CHOLERAE AND SALMONELLA RESPOND TO AN UNWILLING HOST

      Genes & development
    85. OZCAN S; VALLIER LG; FLICK JS; CARLSON M; JOHNSTON M
      EXPRESSION OF THE SUC2 GENE OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE IS INDUCED BYLOW-LEVELS OF GLUCOSE

      Yeast
    86. MACATEE T; JIANG YW; STILLMAN DJ; ROTH SY
      GLOBAL ALTERATIONS IN CHROMATIN ACCESSIBILITY ASSOCIATED WITH LOSS OFSIN4 FUNCTION

      Nucleic acids research
    87. OSBORNE A; TSCHICKARDT M; BLANCK G
      RETINOBLASTOMA PROTEIN EXPRESSION FACILITATES CHROMATIN REMODELING ATTHE HLA-DRA PROMOTER

      Nucleic acids research
    88. CAO YX; CAIRNS BR; KORNBERG RD; LAURENT BC
      SFH1P, A COMPONENT OF A NOVEL CHROMATIN-REMODELING COMPLEX, IS REQUIRED FOR CELL-CYCLE PROGRESSION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    89. SUMIICHINOSE C; ICHINOSE H; METZGER D; CHAMBON P
      SNF2-BETA-BRG1 IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE VIABILITY OF F9 MURINE EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    90. GONG ZZ; YAMAZAKI M; SUGIYAMA M; TANAKA Y; SAITO K
      CLONING AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURAL GENES INVOLVED IN ANTHOCYANIN BIOSYNTHESIS AND EXPRESSED IN A FORMA-SPECIFIC MANNER IN PERILLA-FRUTESCENS

      Plant molecular biology
    91. TANSEY WP; HERR W
      TAFS - GUILT BY ASSOCIATION

      Cell
    92. YAMANAKA R; KIM GD; RADOMSKA HS; LEKSTROMHIMES J; SMITH LT; ANTONSON P; TENEN DG; XANTHOPOULOS KG
      CCAAT ENHANCER BINDING-PROTEIN-EPSILON IS PREFERENTIALLY UP-REGULATEDDURING GRANULOCYTIC DIFFERENTIATION AND ITS FUNCTIONAL VERSATILITY ISDETERMINED BY ALTERNATIVE USE OF PROMOTERS AND DIFFERENTIAL SPLICING/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    93. CONSONNI G; RONCHI A; PILU R; GAVAZZI G; DELLAPORTA SL; TONELLI C
      ECTOPIC ANTHOCYANIN PIGMENTATION IN MAIZE AS A TOOL FOR DEFINING INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HOMOLOGOUS REGULATORY FACTORS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    94. AMTOFT HW; SORENSEN AB; BAREIL C; SCHMIDT J; LUZ A; PEDERSEN FS
      STABILITY OF AML1 (CORE) SITE ENHANCER MUTATIONS IN T-LYMPHOMAS INDUCED BY ATTENUATED SL3-3 MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS MUTANTS

      Journal of virology
    95. ETHELBERG S; HALLBERG B; LOVMAND J; SCHMIDT J; LUZ A; GRUNDSTROM T; PEDERSEN FS
      2ND-SITE PROVIRAL ENHANCER ALTERATIONS IN LYMPHOMAS INDUCED BY ENHANCER MUTANTS OF SL3-3 MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS - NEGATIVE EFFECT OF NUCLEARFACTOR-1 BINDING-SITE

      Journal of virology
    96. NIEVES A; LEVY LS; LENZ J
      IMPORTANCE OF A C-MYB BINDING-SITE FOR LYMPHOMAGENESIS BY THE RETROVIRUS SL3-3

      Journal of virology
    97. ETHELBERG S; SORENSEN AB; SCHMIDT J; LUZ A; PEDERSEN FS
      AN SL3-3 MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS ENHANCER VARIANT MORE PATHOGENIC THAN THE WILD-TYPE OBTAINED BY ASSISTED MOLECULAR EVOLUTION IN-VIVO

      Journal of virology
    98. ETHELBERG S; LOVMAND J; SCHMIDT J; LUZ A; PEDERSEN FS
      INCREASED LYMPHOMAGENICITY AND RESTORED DISEASE SPECIFICITY OF AML1 SITE (CORE) MUTANT SL3-3 MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS BY A 2ND-SITE ENHANCER VARIANT EVOLVED IN-VIVO

      Journal of virology
    99. HATZOGLOU E; SEKERIS CE
      THE DETECTION OF NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCES WITH STRONG SIMILARITY TO HORMONE-RESPONSIVE ELEMENTS IN THE GENOME OF EUBACTERIA AND ARCHAEBACTERIA AND THEIR POSSIBLE RELATION TO SIMILAR SEQUENCES PRESENT IN THE MITOCHONDRIAL GENOME

      Journal of theoretical biology
    100. MARSOLIER MC; PRIOLEAU MN; SENTENAC A
      A RNA-POLYMERASE-III-BASED 2-HYBRID SYSTEM TO STUDY RNA-POLYMERASE-IITRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORS

      Journal of Molecular Biology


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